In Martinique, the uncontested home of rhum agricole, where endless discussions wax eloquently over the comparative qualities of its different sugar cane spirits, everyone agrees on the superior rank of Neisson Rhums. Only the freshest sugar cane, grown on the volcanic foothills of Mount Pelee and harvested at its peak of maturity, is used to make these fine rhums. The rested but unaged Neisson white rum beautifully showcases the characteristics of the fragrant and flavorful sugar cane. It received the 2006 Gold Medal at the Ministry of Rum Tasting Competition, and was named White Spirit of the Year for 2005 in Wine Enthusiast.
Product of Martinique
Alcohol by Volume: 50%